Reviews For We All Fall Down
Reviewer: Gmariam
Date: 06/30/07 17:29
Chapter: We all fall down

Ooh, very dark! I thought this line was brilliant: "In Apathy's most torpid thrall." Awesome! Great connection to the first book - good luck in the challenge!! ~Gina :)

Author's Response: Oops, double post- well thanks again ; )

Reviewer: Gmariam
Date: 06/30/07 17:28
Chapter: We all fall down

Ooh, very dark! I thought this line was brilliant: "In Apathy's most torpid thrall." Awesome! Great connection to the first book - good luck in the challenge!! ~Gina :)

Author's Response: Thanks very much, I'm glad the mood came out well. Good luck to you, too!

Reviewer: Lalalalatina
Date: 06/29/07 12:50
Chapter: We all fall down

Hello fellow Hufflepuff. I thought this poem was fantastic, to simply put it. Your ending is very powerful, but the last line before "We all fall down" slightly confuses me- one is left but they're still fighting? I thought this perhaps may be referring to Harry. Or is it about Voldemort? Anyways, great job and good luck in the challenge.

Author's Response: Thanks for the review. The line you are refering to means that while one person remains to fight against Voldemort or whatever form evil has taken, the fight will go on. So long as one person is left to fight it will not all be in vain. Hope that it wasn't too confusing and thanks again!

Reviewer: Great Beirniny
Date: 06/29/07 12:06
Chapter: We all fall down

It's great I really like how your refrain flows so well with the rest of the poem.

Author's Response: Thank you very much. The refrain is a part of the Rondeau style, and can be somewhat difficult to work in in a way that makes sense to the poem. I'm glad you thought it worked out.

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